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Legal muddle over ownership of cat who stayed behind when house was sold — 3 Comments

  1. What is worse is when owners intentionally leave their cat. This happened recently on my friend Kathryn’s cul-de-sac, when her former neighbors refused to take their four-year old cat, Gato. Kathryn lured the cat onto her patio and it took both of us to get her into a carrier. When temperatures reached 40 Celsius, Gato could no longer be kept in the patio, and Kathryn’s current cat would not tolerate the newcomer. Fortunately, the local no-kill shelter was willing to take her (for a $50 fee), and renamed her Gaia. I’ll attach a photo from their website. If anyone is interested in adopting her, here is the link:
    https://www.petsadoption.com/index.php/pets/adoptable-cats/pet/18841

  2. Now this is my opinion,Ms.Szefel should have put Violet in a room as she was packing and moving items out of the home and then when done get Violet and put her in a carrier to go to her new home,when in the past I have moved that is wot I did.

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